Research on Women Entrepreneurs’ Work-Life Balance
This chapter includes a comprehensive literature review. Several studies discussing work-life issues among entrepreneurs are presented. Next, the literature on work-life balance in the specific context of women’s entrepreneurship is reviewed. The chapter identifies articles from scientific journals that are of high relevance to the underlying research topic and provide important insights for the subsequent research steps in this work. Finally, the key insights from the literature review are summarized.
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